Do you know about the mosquito in the Guinness Book of World Records?
Mosquitoes are small in size, very large causing damage. The thought of a mosquito causes fear of its bite and the diseases it causes. But you may not know this information about mosquitoes. Mosquito is one of the longest living creatures in the world. The mosquito weighs only 2.5 milligrams, but has only 47 teeth. The mosquito is the only insect that can fly in the gorge without getting wet when it rains.
The Mosquitoes' sound can be heard when it comes near you because it flutters its wings 300 to 600 times per second. The mosquito, which can live for only a few weeks, kills 10 million people a year in the world. It takes only 5 days for a mosquito to develop from an egg to a full-grown mosquito. Among the major diseases transmitted to humans by mosquitoes are jaundice, meningitis, and elephantiasis.
Mosquitoes have the power to detect humans, even at a distance of 50 feet. Mosquitoes sense the air, sweat, and body odor that humans emit. Mosquitoes can detect who they want to bite with their unique sniffing power! In addition, mosquitoes can easily spot people in colored clothing, especially those dressed in red, and drink alcohol.
Female mosquitoes lay hundreds of eggs at a time. They will hatch within 16 hours. Mosquitoes breed within minutes of hatching, so mosquito bites can never be eradicated. The Guinness Book of World Records has declared the mosquito the most dangerous insect in the world.